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Signal To Noise, Episode 117: Jesse Vetrone On The Role Of Local Venue House Engineer

Current house engineer at the Fillmore in Charlotte discusses the various responsibilities at a venue, relationships with guest touring engineers, attaining consistency and more.
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Veteran house/touring engineer Jesse Vetrone joins the show in Episode 117 to talk about the role of local venue house engineer. Currently the house engineer at the Fillmore in Charlotte, NC, he discusses the various responsibilities at a venue, relationships incoming touring engineers, setting up a system and workflow for added consistency, and more. The Signal To Noise podcast is sponsored by Audix and Allen & Heath.

Episode Links:
Jesse Vetrone On LinkedIn
The Fillmore Charlotte

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